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Russian journalist Arkady Babchenko, who Kiev police said Tuesday had been killed, showed up alive at a press conference Wednesday. His death was faked as part of a sting operation by the Ukrainian Security Service. Sergei Supinsky/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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In 'Atlantic' Profile, Stephen Miller Called 'Trump's Right-Hand Troll'

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Assessing The #MeToo Movement After Weinstein Is Charged

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'Boston Globe' Sues Former Employee Who Accused Top Editor Of Sexual Harassment

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President Barack Obama and first lady Michelle Obama wait to greet Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi and his wife, Agnese Landini, for a State Dinner at the White House in Washington in 2016. Netflix says it has reached a deal with the Obamas to produce material for the streaming service. Pablo Martinez Monsivais/AP hide caption

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David Kennerly says this 1968 photo of his, taken in Los Angeles at the beginning of Robert F. Kennedy's presidential campaign, captures what it meant to cover the chaotic and carefree period as a photojournalist. "Everybody could get close, everybody wanted to," he says. David Hume Kennerly/Getty Images hide caption

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Neil Cavuto is something of a rarity at Fox: a civil presence and a critic of President Trump. Richard Drew/AP hide caption

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Fox's Cavuto: Trump Skeptic, Genial Workhorse

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Former Fox News host Kelly Wright joins other current and former Fox employees at a news conference on April 26, 2017, in New York City. Wright alleged racial bias in failing to receive desired opportunities and promotions. Spencer Platt/Getty Images hide caption

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